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So this morning we woke up at 5:30am and headed six hours towards Monument Valley, we made good time and having left the hotel at 6:15, reached monument valley at 11:30! We took photos on our way in and then headed for the visitor centre where we had panoramic views of it, it was amazing! So pretty! We ended up taking a load of photos, then buying a load of souvenirs (I may have brought too much) ...
... name I'd better not guess.
Back at the motel JB found his shower had been fixed and we agreed to try the Beaver brewery for food.
When we asked the motel manageress for a taxi she insisted it was too near and we could walk it. After a bit of a struggle on my part we got to the Mother Road Brewery JB and JR were a bit concerned that I'd not make it much further and were thinking of going back for the car. Not a good idea outside a brewery so I managed ...
... one of which was an Elvis film that neither of us had heard of) but a lot of other more famous ones too (you’ll have to Google them though – no time to be writing out the list right now! :-) ).
As time was ticking and we wanted to make Flagstaff before the evening we left Sedona and hit the road arriving at our campsite, Woody Mountain campsite, just in time to have dinner, some wine and hit the hay for the ...
... hotter! They actually fry eggs on the pavement! Crazy! Tomorrow we should hit California, the last state of the trip. Apparently, the 66 gets even better tomorrow as the scenery us meant to be amazing! Currently it is 22.00hrs and 82 degrees Fahrenheit , sat outside room enjoying a drink and a cooling down of temperature. More tomorrow ...
... to Sedona. We went to Sedona last week but we came in from the south and all I can say on this trip was OMG. We went thru the Coconino National Forest again so we had large Ponderosa Pines (except at spots that were recovering from fires). We went by Flagstaff's Extreme Park and and the next stop was the Oak Creek Canyon Lookout site. (NOTE: shortly after we left this area they had a wildfire that burned over 21,000 acres then in July mud slides). What a view, ...